Which act was passed to stop untouchability?

  1. A

    Enumeration Act

  2. B

    Untouchability Offences Act 

  3. C

    Regulating Act

  4. D

    None of the above. 

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    Solution:

    In 1955, the Untouchability Offences Act was passed to abolish untouchability. It was declared enforceable as a crime and anyone practicing that would be subjected to punishment. 

    The Enumeration Act was not passed to stop untouchability. So it is an incorrect option. 

    The Regulating Act was not passed to stop untouchability. So it is an incorrect option. 

    Therefore, the correct answer is option (B).

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